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EBM Focus - Volume 12, Issue 49

Addition of rivaroxaban to aspirin modestly reduces the risks of death and major cardiovascular events in adults with stable coronary artery disease, but increases the risk of major bleeding

Resident Focus - Volume 12, Issue 10

Knee arthroscopy with debridement and/or partial meniscectomy may not improve short- or long-term pain, function or quality of life in patients with symptomatic degenerative knee disease

EBM Focus - Volume 12, Issue 48

Thrombectomy 6-24 hours after onset of ischemic stroke may reduce disability in patients with evidence of salvageable brain tissue

EBM Focus - Volume 12, Issue 46

PCI with drug-eluting stents in addition to optimized medical therapy might not increase exercise capacity at 6 weeks in adults with stable symptomatic single-vessel stenosis, and its effects on angina are unclear

EBM Focus - Volume 12, Issue 45

Routine prophylactic oxygen supplementation may not reduce mortality or disability at 90 days in nonhypoxic patients with acute stroke

EBM Focus - Volume 12, Issue 44

Monthly naltrexone intramuscular injections to manage opioid dependence may be as effective as daily buprenorphine/naloxone tablets for treatment retention and opioid abstinence but may increase the risk of withdrawal-related adverse events

Resident Focus - Volume 12, Issue 9

Fish oil supplementation during pregnancy may reduce the risk of persistent asthma or wheezing in children at 5 years of age

EBM Focus - Volume 12, Issue 43

Dual-chamber pacing with closed loop stimulation reduces syncope recurrence in patients with cardioinhibitory vasovagal syncope and ≥ 2 syncopal events in 1 year

EBM Focus - Volume 12, Issue 42

In patients with atrial fibrillation using DOACs for thromboembolic prophylaxis, concurrent use of some medications may be associated with an increased risk of non-traumatic major bleeding

EBM Focus - Volume 12, Issue 41

Lung recruitment and PEEP titration based on respiratory-system compliance may increase mortality compared to low-PEEP strategy in patients with moderate-to-severe acute respiratory syndrome

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